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of a mental act performed entirely within the mind

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of qualities that are spread throughout something

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In the following centuries, secular modernity gave rise to a horizontal social imaginary that embedded the self among peers, privileging immanent attachments over the sense of connection to God (Taylor, pp.
3) The paradigm of the immanent and economic Trinity hampers the exercise of the doxological character of theology.
It has appeared to most commentators, including Chrudzimski, that Brentano's immanent intentionality thesis posits a new and highly unusual category of objects, about which, contrary to Aristotelian guidelines for philosophical definitions, most of our information is negatively characterized.
And we need to productively rethink the "art world" as itself a mode of immanent global production, not just as a passive mirror reflecting the sweeping geopolitical changes thought to remain outside of it.
Chapter 2 sketches the procession and "return" (earlier called "bestowal") models of the immanent Trinity.
For it means that the immanent universal, the nature which is present in all the instances, is by that very fact also transcendent to them, at least in the minimal sense that it is other than each and all of them.
a mosaic of voices within voices, each one immanent in the other, none his but all strangely his .
Although the company has been in business for less than one year it has achieved an FDA approval, two additional approvals are immanent and it plans to begin launching its products within the fourth quarter of 2004.
Agency is thus understood to be an immanent developmental process occurring within self-consciousness, which is neither merely the consequence of external influences nor merely the externalization of what was already implicitly present, but rather a literal self-creation: the subject transforms itself and changes its nature as it becomes more determinate and "concrete.
of Kent, Britain) shows how ancient and modern conceptions of being in terms of individual substance fail to account for the irreducible, ontological relations that bind immanent, finite beings to each other and to their transcendent, infinite source in God.
In doing so he opens the possibility of a profound, new, and fruitful insight, a notion that there is a dramatic reality immanent in nature that issues forth a mysterious beauty.
To continue to paint, Winters suggests, one can't simply intimate narrative in the way that it remains immanent in the work of Pollock, de Kooning, or even Johns.
Bob Hurd, a California hymn writer and liturgist, speaks of the "transcendent God and God as immanent in the community's celebration of the Eucharist.
True artists will not be satisfied with the mere reproduction of the beautiful likeness of things, but will search for and manifest the Form of Beauty Itself immanent in the world.
Recalling the dialectical tension between an edenic fantasy and a far more foreboding reality that characterizes Herman Melville's Typee or "The Encantadas," all of the tales in Part One of Jumping Ship convey James's vision of a seemingly immanent peril lurking beneath the surface of a "tropical paradise.